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Somerset House is a major arts and cultural centre in the heart of London. An inspiring space for art, culture and creative exchange. In the summer month dance around the 55 fountains and in the winter, glide across the gleaming ice in the annual Christmas ice rink. FREE to visit!
The Barbican in London is Europe's largest arts centre all under one roof. The Barbican is also a base for the London Symphony Orchestra. But did you also know that the Barbican is also home to a hidden tropical oasis? With exotic fishes to admire and over 2,000 species of tropical plants and trees, it’s a perfect way to enjoy a lazy Sunday with friends and family. And it's free!
Chinese New Year in London
Find out about London's Chinese New Year celebrations, including the parade, performances on Trafalgar Square and Chinatown, and other CNY events. Feb TBC
The Geffrye Museum explores the home from 1600 to the present day. Its focus is on the living rooms and gardens of the urban middle classes in England, particularly London.
The Wallace Collection
A free national museum displaying superb works of art in an historic London town house. Enjoy Old Master paintings, stunning decorative arts, world-class armouries and a glazed courtyard restaurant.
Top 10 photo spots in London
Love photography? Visit these top London photo spots, including Tower Bridge and Piccadilly Circus, which are among the most Instagrammable places in London.
The Regent's Park with Primrose Hill
Regent’s Park in Central London is home to a stunning rose garden, an open air theatre, ZSL London Zoo, cafés, wildlife, sports areas and plenty of green space for you to relax and enjoy.